If the town or this mayor needs money, I'll start a fund. The Muslim Brotherhood in America must be stopped. Back on January 31, I reported that the Muslim Brotherhood front went on a witch hunt against the mayor of Lancaster for a comment in his State of the City speech that week, specifically that Lancaster is "growing a Christian community." Muslims don't like that?
When Mayor Ray Nagin declared that New Orleans would remain a "chocolate city" after Katrina, did anyone sue? Nagin's remark on Martin Luther King
Day in 2005 that God intended New Orleans to be a "chocolate" city" sparked
At a town hall meeting in October 2005, Nagin said:
"I can see in your eyes, you want to know, 'How do I take advantage of this incredible opportunity? How do I make sure New Orleans is not overrun with Mexican workers,'" referring to the influx of Mexican laborers coming to New Orleans to help rebuild the city. Hispanic groups, including the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, criticized Nagin's statement as prejudiced, although those attending the town hall meeting reportedly applauded — many in the area believed the jobs should instead go to local workers displaced by the hurricane.
This was divisive where speech is free, or at least it was before Islamic colonization. Where was Muslim Brotherhood, unindicted co-conspirator CAIR?
But a non-Muslim merely stating something about "a growing Christian community" gets the sharia activists into lawfare mode.
CAIR Files Federal Civil Rights Complaint Against Mayor Who Said His Town Was a "Growing Christian Community"... Creeping Sharia
Not-so-shockingly, CAIR has followed through with their threat to file a civil rights complaint against a mayor who failed to jump on the multi-culturalism bandwagon...
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LANCASTER, California (AP) — A Muslim group filed a federal civil rights complaint Friday after a Southern California mayor remarked that he was "growing a Christian community" in a state of the city address last week. In a letter to the U.S. Justice Department, the Council on American-Islamic Relations claimed Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris violated the civil rights of non-Christians and shouldn't have used his official capacity at a city event to advance a particular religion. The civil rights group also said Parris referred to an April ballot measure that would endorse prayer at city meetings without restricting its content, including references to Jesus Christ, as a way to "validate a Christian stance"...